Great news from our Emriver Em2 user survey.

Great news from our Emriver Em2 user survey.

We’ve been incredibly busy since our expansion in the fall of 2007. One of the things we’ve neglected is routine followup of Emriver users. Our Emriver Em2’s are built like military hardware, and our documentation is very good. So we get less than...

Weekend review, GSA, and pumps.

Weekend review, GSA, and pumps.

I’ve not been keeping the blog up to date, though a lot’s going on here. My last post was about New Orleans, written before Gustav had formed. As I write this Monday morning it’s weakening and it looks at though New Orleans will be spared what...

NSF says no.  Not yet.

NSF says no. Not yet.

I rode my bike into work for the first time today, determined to do the ~8 mile round trip this way as much as possible. It was a beautiful morning and I was glad to be cycling through Carbondale. Even though I’d learned via early-morning email that our request...

Making undergraduate geoscience quantitative.

Making undergraduate geoscience quantitative.

The title of last week’s feature Eos article by Manduca et. al. (You have to be a member to access it.) I offer part of a figure from our recent NSF grant proposal to use Emriver models to teach science, technology, and mathematics. It’s chock full of...

An amazing Friday.

An amazing Friday.

In the last six months of running LRRD I’ve learned to endure dark days. Like yesterday, a day of researching pumps. Yes, pump research. How many amps? How many liters/hour in a gallon/minute? I spent four hours correcting, and then explaining to other people, a...